We have 3 NC PTA Winners!

Apple with A+ On It Sitting On a Desk In Front of a ChalkboardCongratulations to three local North Carolina PTA Award Winners! The NCPTA recently announced the winners of its 2016-2017 Annual Awards program during the 2017 State Convention Awards Celebration in Greensboro. 

  • CCS’ Superintendent Dr. Frank Till was the recipient of the Superintendent of the Year Award. 
  • Rockfish Elementary School received the Ruby Acorn Award for membership enrollment.
  • Seventy-First High School and Rockfish Elementary School were recognized with Achievement Awards as Distinguished PTA Award winners.

National PTA School of Excellence

National PTA School of Excellence

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National PTA School of Excellence is a recognition program that supports and celebrates partnerships between PTAs and schools to enrich the educational experience and overall well-being for all students.

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Enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year now open!

We Need Your Input!

Red Pencil Hovering Over Word ImportantWe need your input about Membership Dues!  NCPTA is exploring an option to accept membership dues payments online.

They want to understand how local PTA units are currently collecting membership dues. Please complete the 5 question survey. It should take less than 2 minutes to complete!

Board Meeting March 1, 2016

Cumberland County District PTA Council
Executive Board Meeting
Cumberland County Schools Central Office
March 1, 2016
3:45 PM

The Cumberland County District PTA Council met on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at 3:45 p.m. in the Human Resource Meeting Room, with the following board members present:

Sonya Harriott, Emily Grimes, Porcha McMillan, Heather Fuentes, Cathy Hurley, Melody Chalmers, Dr. Mary Hales, Margie Maddox and Renarta C. Moyd.

President, Porcha McMillan called the meeting to order at 3:48 p.m.  The board approved the February minutes.  Heather Fuentes made the motion and Renarta C. Moyd 2nd with a unanimous vote to approve the minutes as read and corrected with the change that Child, Youth, and Child Services provided the bags in February.
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